There are different reasons for women to have periods to arrive faster, for example, an important day of the week, a deadline, or even an adventure trip. It also goes without saying that women use different ways to induce their menstrual cycle.
There are also some women who want to predict their period more accurately and they have irregular periods, so they can plan their pregnancy. They may also be worried or stressed due to the delayed period.
No matter what the reason is, you should consult your gynaecologist in Noida who may suggest the right way.
It is rich in an enzyme named “bromelain” which triggers hormones like estrogen. According to a study in 2017, this hormone can control inflammation which is one of the main causes of delayed or irregular periods. But there is still a lack of scientific evidence which backs the claim that pineapple helps in inducing periods.
Also known as ascorbic acid, vitamin C is known to help your period to arrive early. But there is also no scientific evidence. It can control progesterone levels and enhance estrogen levels. Due to this reason, the uterus contract and uterus lining may break down and it causes menstruation. You can simply have lots of foods loaded with vitamin C, such as black currants, berries, oranges, spinach, lemon, broccoli, green and red peppers, Brussels sprouts, and tomatoes. Don’t overdo it if you are taking supplements.
It is one of the age-old remedies used in Indian households to induce periods. It is known to contract the uterus. You can have ginger tea because it is not easy to eat raw. Simply boil a pan of water for up to 5 minutes, add the tea leaves, fresh sliced, peeled ginger, and sugar or honey.
It is another perfect staple in every Indian kitchen. It is known to treat a lot of health problems. It affects progesterone and estrogen levels. You can add turmeric to your diet in different ways. Simply add it to your rice, curries, or vegetables, or add it to a glass of milk and drink it warm.